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Jerzy Kwieciński, Minister of Investment and Economic Development, talks to Voice’s Juliusz Kłosowski about tasks and plans of the ministry, some internal constraints, and international contexts of Polish economic growth.
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Poland's automotive industry grew 11% in 2016.
Poland could get several billion EUR in EU subsidies suspended if it fails to meet two of the so-called ex-ante conditions by the end of June.
Poland's economic growth outlook improved fractionally for 2017 to a likely 3.4% growth rate, the IMF said in its latest update to the world Economic Outlook report.
Opposition party Civic Platform (PO) will likely build an economic policy platform designed to spur growth necessary to fund the nation's social welfare programs.
Donald Tusk will be interrogated Wednesday in a case concerning cooperation agreements allegedly struck with Russian secret services during Tusk's term as PM.
Ruling party Law and Justice (PiS) yet again decided to postpone its party congress, during which the party will present its plans for the second half of its term
IT firms delivering software to the judiciary fear the Justice Minister will be able to divest them of the rights to systems they created.
Listed railway freight transportation company PKP Cargo has signed an agreement with Worldwide Logistics Group on tightening cooperation that will enable the Polish group to set up its own structures in China.
Listed chemicals group Azoty wants to resume the coal gasification project at its ZAK Kedzierzyn-Kozle plant and listed electric utility Tauron is also likely interested in joining the project.
Dividends from state-controlled firms will likely be quite modest in 2017.
Polish banks are likely to continue to reduce workforce while increasing pay to retain key staff, analysts say of an ongoing trend.
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